Crisis and Criminal Justice Diversion Supervisor

Organization/Company Name: 
Yamhill County Health and Human Services
Position Description: 

Yamhill County has one regular full-time position for a Crisis and Criminal Justice Supervisor working in specialized programs of Adult Behavioral Health. Responsibilities include program implementation and evaluation, teaching professional techniques and skills,  and providing consultation and information activities encompassing a wide spectrum of community agencies and professional disciplines. This position provides administrative and clinical supervision in combination with the leadership team to Human Services staff as designated by the manager, supervises other Human Services staff and students, may exercise partial supervision over clerical personnel, and provides leadership to less experienced staff. Duties also include oversight for QMHA and QMHP staff who provide services for adults with mental health needs, including trauma, alcohol, and other substance abuse problems. Will coordinate and monitor caseload assignments and productivity, in addition to providing clinical supervision based on the licensing board regulations and Oregon Health Authority contractual mandates. 

Position Function: 
Clinical
Position Type: 
Full Time
Salary: 
$5,516.35 - $6,229.54 Monthly
Benefits: 

Yamhill County offers generous employee benefits effective the first year of employment:

15 paid holidays per year.

19.5 days of Flexible Earned Time (FET) accrual in the first year (based on an 8-hr day).

PERS (Public Employee Retirement System) - 100% employer funded contributions. 

Full health benefit offerings with employee premiums starting as low as $35.78/month for current plan year.*

 Additional benefits for HHS employees:

$500 and 40 hours of paid time annually for professional development/training.  

$200 annually toward required license and/or certification fees.

HRSA/NHSC approved site with many loan repayment opportunities available.

Qualifying employer for public service student loan forgiveness. 

Most positions are eligible to accrue overtime.*

*Subject to the AFSCME Collective Bargaining Agreement (7/1/2020 – 6/30/2023).  

Required Qualifications and Experience: 

The position requires a Master’s degree from an accredited school of social work and LCSW with at least two years of clinical work in a setting relevant to the duties and skills noted above. Must be able to supervise both MSW and LPC licensure candidates toward professional licensure per the requirements of the professional licensure boards in Oregon. In addition to experience and leadership and/or supervisory roles, content knowledge of Pre-Civil Commitment Investigations, Aid and Assist laws and processes, acute care admit processes, jail diversion practices, community crisis management, and knowledge of local resources is preferred. A Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) credential is also preferred. Any satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training which ensures the ability to perform the work may substitute for the above. Additional preference will be given to those who are bilingual in English and Spanish. Will be subject to successful completion of a background check.

 
 Special Requirements:

The State of Oregon requires all Health Services and Clinic employees to complete their COVID-19 vaccination series or have an approved exemption to the requirement due to a medical condition or sincerely held religious belief. Successful candidates for this position must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exemption prior to their first day of employment. Failure to provide proof of full documentation or receipt of an approved exemption will lead to withdrawal of the job offer.

Address: 
535 NE 5th St.
McMinnville, OR 97128
Where Will Work Be Performed?: 
Same as the Employer Address
Application deadline: 
Monday, August 15, 2022